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Welcome to the Wizards of Ecom podcast. The official podcast of the Wizards of Ecom and the Wizards of Amazon Meetup group. The goal of this podcast can be summed up simply: #SelllersHelpingSellers . While the slant is heavily towards Amazon FBA and Private Label, the podcast shares actionable tips and tactics for all areas of online selling.
 
This is a podcast for people interested in building or designing tech products. At least once a week, I speak to product managers, product leaders, product marketers, UX professionals, and anyone else involved in product management and product delivery. Come and listen to some great conversations and get inspired! Listen on your favourite podcast app or on https://www.oneknightinproduct.com
 
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Your ultimate guide to growing and building your list in a podcast episode. How to start, how to grow, creating campaigns and every strategy you’ll need to know in email marketing compressed in 45 mins with no other than The Carlos Alvarez. I learned a lot and I know you’ll pick-up a thing or two in making a profitable email listing. So tune-in cos…
 
An interview with Rajesh Nerlikar. Rajesh has had a long career in a variety of product companies, and put all of his learnings to practice when he took over Prodify, a product consultancy that helps startups, scale ups and growth companies to embed product thinking and team building. He's also the co-author of the 2020 book "Build What Matters" wh…
 
The Prosper Show is finally happening after more than a year of pandemic. In this episode, Brian Anderson, the producer of the show tips us off what to expect in the show. The Prosper Show being the largest continuing education conference in the US for established Amazon sellers, is bringing us 28 sessions to expect, network opportunities and the c…
 
An interview with Rhiana Matthew. Rhiana is a Senior Product Manager at Publicis Sapient, a product consultancy that aims to help other companies build products better and set their teams up for success. She works in omnichannel retail product management, and saw her product strategy crumble to dust in the "new normal" of COVID-19. We talk about a …
 
Using bulk files is one thing I wish I had done long ago. Now that I’m doing it, I realized it could really save a lot of time. So Today, in this episode, we have a bulk file expert guest, Elizabeth Greene of Junglr to educate us with all things bulk file. If you are one of the people who haven’t heard or have not decided whether to use bulk files …
 
In this episode Gessy talks with Dimitri Reyes, a Puerto Rican multidisciplinary artist, content creator, organizer, and educator from Newark, New Jersey. Dimitri is the winner of the 2020 Digging Press Chapbook Award. His award-winning chapbook, Every First & Fifteenth is forthcoming June 30 2021. You can learn more about Dimitri at dimitrireyespo…
 
An interview with Julia Shalet. Julia is a product consultant who hates the idea of wasted effort and wants to make sure that we all spend our time building things that matter. To support this goal, she wrote "The Really Good Idea Test", an already award-winning practical playbook to help put your ideas to the test. We talk about a lot, including: …
 
From his humble beginning and inspiring Amazon origin story to being a sought-after Amazon thought leader, Andrew Morgan, is sharing these with us. From side hustles to building his own Amazon management agency. With a company of 48% conversion rate that helps brands navigate the challenges of Amazon for sellers and vendors, Andrew gives the bigges…
 
Here for the second time in the show, PR expert Norman Farrar. He talked about the difference between press releases and PR as in public relations. Press releases are your business’ ticket to publicity. In This episode, Norman will share with us how to use press releases effectively in your businesses and in Amazon businesses? The power of press re…
 
An interview with Christina Wodtke. Christina is the award-winning author of a variety of seminal books, including "The Team That Managed Itself" and "Radical Focus". Christina is passionate about creating empowered, high-performing organisations and helping them to focus on their most important strategic goals using OKRs (Objectives & Key Results)…
 
In the past month, a lot of Amazon sellers received a letter of reminder on pesticide and products with pesticide claims in what seems to be a blast email from Amazon. If you happen to be one of them, here in this episode, Vanessa will shed light on the matter. And as shocked as you may be upon reading the email, thinking what pesticide has to do w…
 
An interview with Udhaya Kumar Padmanabhan. Udhaya is Global Strategic Design Director at Designit, a global design firm working in all areas of design. Udhaya is a passionate advocate for good design principles, demystifying design practices and applying form to the formless. We talk about a lot, including: His work with Designit, and how the desi…
 
An interview with Rekha Venkatakrishnan. Rekha is a Senior Manager in Group Product Management for Walmart Global Tech, supporting Walmart offices around the world in building great product experiences. She's also a passionate advocate for advancing women in data, tech & product and a chapter lead for Women in Product in San Francisco. We speak abo…
 
Today’s episode is a solo episode with me, Noemi and I’m gonna be sharing with you 5 things I wish I knew before selling on Amazon which I think is very important especially if you are a potential seller looking for a new product or an Amazon newbie. I know it takes courage to start an Amazon business and it sometimes gets overwhelming. So here, ac…
 
All problems have solutions and that includes what seems to be your unreachable PPC goals. Today, our guest, Ritu Java of PPC Ninja will help us in more ways that one to learn the importance of diagnosing the problem. It sounds very technical, isn't it? Do you think funneling PPC needs expertise? Let's hear what Ritu have to say about that as she d…
 
An interview with Stephanie Tanzar, Director of Product Management at Pendo. Stephanie talks about her passion for product management and product analytics, the new Product Engagement Score metric and some great advice for becoming more data-driven. We talk about a lot, including: The differences between stages of companies, how she's lived them al…
 
Is it possible to start an Amazon business in as little as $300? Apparently, It is! That’s according to wholesale bundling expert, Kristin Ostrander who will share her expertise and knowledge in what she describes as “Poor man’s Private Label”. Intriguing enough? Let’s explore more of wholesale bundling because in this episode, Kristin also shares …
 
An interview with David Pereira. David is Head of Product Management at Virtual Identity, a product development agency. He's also a prolific author and educator, and contributing editor to Serious Scrum. We talk about a lot, including: The fun and games when working for a company transitioning from a project to product-led mindset The importance of…
 
On Today’s Episode, we have a returning guest from my most trusted inspection agency, V-trust, Mitchell Johnson. Mitchell is back the second time around in this 3-part series to discuss further more about the importance of product quality inspections. Controlling product quality is something every business product owner must look into not only to i…
 
An interview with Samuel Ogunkoya. Samuel is a product management intern at ProducteevTech, a product development agency. Samuel started his career as a physiotherapist before deciding to focus on a different type of user pain, and shares some of his learnings from his journey so far. We talk about a lot, including: How he serendipitously landed hi…
 
Today we have a very special guest. My mentor, my co-host, none other than The Carlos Alvarez. I'm very much excited to get across and learn more about Amazon live videos and how to leverage Amazon Influencers to do Amazon Live which Carlos has run through in this episode. Find out why Carlos recommends to apply for Amazon live as soon as possible …
 
An interview with Wes Bush. Wes is the founder of ProductLed, a company aiming to teach the world how to build products that sell themselves. He's also the author of the book "Product-Led Growth". We speak about a lot, including: How a career in B2B SaaS working in demand generation started to make him suspect that there was another way to generate…
 
Something that I have had high on my list of priorities over the years but has been elusive to me is manufacturing my own product here in the USA. So, having Alex here on the show today sheds light on this possibility. If you happen to have the same goal as mine, this show is something to catch. Alex who came from a different professional backgroun…
 
An interview with Stephanie Leue. Stephanie is a product leadership coach, and became CPO of MindEx since our interview. Previously she worked in a variety of roles after starting out at PayPal after being coached by Marty Cagan. We talk about a lot, including: Her leadership coaching, being an invisible companion and sparring partner How she tries…
 
This week on the Because Belen Podcast, we have a very special Mother's Day episode! Joining Bryan and Jordan is Patty Bustamante, Assistant Principal for the Middle School at Belen Jesuit, and Boli Consuegra, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Men, to discuss the important of Belen moms. To stay connected with fellow Belen alumni, please sign…
 
With Amazon’s 12 million product catalog, how do you think buyers can find your product? Ads! But now that everyone’s advertising, it’s important to learn some tips and tricks on PPC optimization. In this episode, we are going to simplify things for you. Know the latest advertising strategy hacks from no other than Amazon ad expert Destaney Wishon.…
 
An interview with Kim Scott, author of "Radical Candor" and "Just Work". Kim was a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter, and other tech companies. She was a member of the faculty at Apple University and before that led AdSense, YouTube, and DoubleClick teams at Google. Earlier in her career Kim managed a pediatric clinic in Kosovo and started a…
 
As your business grows, data piles up. Unfortunately, most of the time, you lost track of the auditing percentage of your revenue. Fortunately, there are companies that offer auditing systems that can help you track your inventory, refunds and reimbursements. Who does not love reimbursements, right? Yoni will walk you through how this works and get…
 
On this edition of the Because Belen podcast, Bryan and Jordan are talking Belen lacrosse. Joining them is Belen Lacrosse head coach Alan Bellando and student-athletes Victor Mejer and Manny Rodriguez Lapido. The gentlemen discuss the state of the squad on the heels of a big win against Gulliver, which takes them to the Regional Finals to face St. …
 
An interview with Polina Marchenko. Polina is a self-described geekette, product leader and multiple startup founder. Polina saw the dark side of startup life in Berlin, suffering burnout due to the intense hustle culture. She has since moved to the US, and is now focusing her efforts on her new startup whilst ensuring that she does it in a sustain…
 
What’s holding you back in achieving your goals? Apparently, according to therapist and mindset coach, Paul Wilson, it has something to do with the stuff our mind tells us. You could be feeling like you are going down a wrong road. You might be questioning yourself why everything is going wrong or you could be feeling that it is hard to get where y…
 
About the Episode An interview with Nacho Bassino. Nacho is CPO for Best Day Travel Group and the author of new book "Product Direction", which is a practical playbook for product strategy. Nacho is a passionate supporter of the Latin American product community, and host of a Spanish-language product podcast. We speak about a lot, including: How wr…
 
I've had previous podcast episodes where I genuinely encourage my listeners that doing Live is the way to go and I'm gonna have to take that statement back a little because in this episode, Jeff will enlighten us why Amazon Live is not for everyone. Yep! You read that right but don't get disheartened just yet cos there are options to go live succes…
 
An interview with Nis Frome. Nis is the co-founder and VP of Product at Feedback Loop, an agile research platform. Nis took over as VP of Product after wearing many other hats. He's also a mentor and podcaster, with a keen interest in sharing with the community and helping to inspire other product managers with thought leadership. We talk about a l…
 
You are not a writer but you have a story to tell. Here's good news for you! You don’t have to be a writer to write but you can still publish a book that you dream of writing and publishing and make profit out of it. Rachel Ollen will walk us through the how-tos of KDP or Kindle Direct Publishing. If you are ready to dig in and make use of your wri…
 
Is voice search the future and the next big thing for SEO? Let’s find out! In today’s episode, we have an exciting guest, The founder of Marketplace Blueprint and host of the Marketplace blueprint Podcast, Robyn Johnson and she kicked off the show enthusiastically sharing her writing skills and her role in the Amazon space. Get ready to be impresse…
 
The Because Belen podcast comes back on the heels of Easter Break. Not only is this the first episode that Bryan and Jordan welcome female guests, it is also the first time they host three guests who are not Belen Alumni. Carlos Barquin, Dr. Josefina Chirino, and Carol Villa have almost 200 years combined experience at Belen, and they discuss the i…
 
Roberto Carlos Garcia reads selected works from his new collection, Elegies (Flower Song Press). He talks about remembrance, life during the pandemic, matriarchy, history, feminism, The Black Jacobins, and the challenges of communicating hope in spite of racism.Poet, storyteller, and essayist Roberto Carlos Garcia is a self-described “sancocho […] …
 
About the Episode An interview with Gibson Biddle. Gib is the former VP of Product Management at Netflix, and former CPO of Chegg. Nowadays, he's a coach and teacher who gave 140 talks over the last year. He's also recently started a mailing list, "Ask Gib" where he answers some of the top voted questions every week. We understandably speak about a…
 
Kitty Lai who was always behind big brands and now stands as her own brand shares with us what you need to know about branding. With all her credentials, experiences and expertise, Kitty enthusiastically shared 40 minutes packed with information you can learn from and execute to make your brand a success. Branding plays a big role on how you repres…
 
Let's get geeky in this episode for in this episode we are gonna be dealing with pure data. Data that you can validate and execute on your businesses and turn it to a more profitable one. Let's hear it from Sourcing Monster Founder, Tomer David. He's gonna be sharing with us his product validation strategy that has 60-70% success rate. So, tune in …
 
An interview with Nichole DeMeré. Nichole is CMO at Reeview, a new eCommerce video review platform, as well as Taggg, a calendar scheduling solution. Nichole is a passionate growth marketer, consultant, community builder and mentor. We talk about a lot, including: The story behind Reeview, how they're looking to revolutionise eCommerce, and some of…
 
Welcoming a second timer on the show, Alina Vlaic of AZ Rank. In this episode, we are going back to the basics of ranking.Tune in as the ranking expert gives us tips on getting the right keywords, beating algorithm and ways to rank. These and more ranking techniques when you tune in. In This Episode: [00:29] Welcoming Alina Vlaic [01:20] Alina desc…
 
Like any other businesses, Amazon or Ecom businesses need protection just like how you protect your own life because you wouldn’t want to lose what you’ve worked hard for. Now that Amazon is strictly implementing and reinforcing its General Insurance policy, sellers are given streamlined protection on their businesses. In this episode, we are going…
 
An interview with Paul Ortchanian. Paul worked for many years in Silicon Valley before moving back to Montreal. He got bored of working for a services firm there and decided to take his SV experience into his own startup, Bain Public, aiming to foster Product Hygiene in Canadian firms and beyond. We talk about a lot, including: How a lack of produc…
 
A woman with so many titles attached to her name. A mom, an entrepreneur, a military, business coach, public speaker, product inventor, SEO expert and more. Her long list of credentials is not our topic for today but her struggles, her sacrifices and how it all contributed to her success. From starting scared after leaving her job to taking busines…
 
The Because Belen podcast returns with a special episode recorded live at the Fr. Izquierdo Memorial Golf Tournament inside Top Golf Doral. Bryan and Jordan discuss the Belen experience with various members of the Belen family: Jorge Iglesias, Albert "Tico Gutierrez '88, Andres Manrara '04, Gabriel Marrero '06, Alex Adams '85, Roberto Perez-Abreu '…
 
In this episode, I’m very honoured to have a special guest from the other side of earth, Japan. Nick Katz who’s been living in Japan for more than 25 years will give us a glimpse of what it’s like to live and grow a business in Japan. It was a fun and informative talk with Nick as he talks about simple life in Japan, his long term business, his pre…
 
An interview with Emily Reid. Emily is a Product Manager for FCT, a Canadian insurance company, as well as consulting for AgeRate, a healthtech startup. Emily is passionate about demystifying data and is leading FCT's charge towards being a data-driven, API-enabled company. We talk about a lot, including: The most important question - is it "this d…
 
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